Over the course of his entire presidential campaign, Donald Trump has been in a war with the media, often accusing news outlets of fabricating negatives stories about him to hurt his White House bid. While Trump's battle with the media is at and all-time high, there's one story that most mainstream media outlets have avoided reporting.

Trump lawsuit

In the summer of 1994, a woman known only as "Jane Doe" was allegedly raped and threatened by Trump and convicted pedophile Jeffery Epstein. The woman previously filed a lawsuit in California, but the judge dismissed the case.

Attempting to have her voice heard once again, "Jane Doe" made her case once again and it was strong enough to move forward in a New York court. Federal Judge Ronnie Abrams has since ordered a status conference to be held on December 16, with the legal representatives of both sides being present in the courtroom. As pointed out by the Bipartisan Report on October 23, new details have been revealed, painting a grim and dark picture about what allegedly went down over 20 years ago.

The victim, known as "Jane Doe," filed the lawsuit under her assumed real name of Katie Johnson.

Details in the lawsuit claim that she was the subject of, but not limited to, "acts of rape, sexual misconduct, criminal sexual acts," as well as "false imprisonment" and "threats of death." The incident apparently took place on more than one occasion, with the most emotionally scaring encounter occurring during the fourth and final time.

"Trump tied Plaintiff to a bed, exposed himself to Plaintiff, and then proceeded to forcibly rape Plaintiff," the lawsuit continues, describing the alleged rape as a "savage sexual attack." The plaintiff, "Jane Done" or Katie Johnson, claims she "loudly pleaded" for the former host of "The Apprentice" to stop, before he "violently" struck her face with his hand and informed the victim that he would "do whatever he wanted."

In yet another bizarre twist to the alleged encounter, Epstein reportedly got into a heated exchange with Trump for taking the victim's virginity because he wanted to be the one to do so.

In conclusion, both the Republican nominee and Epstein allegedly told the plaintiff that they would kill her and her family if she ever spoke about what happened.

Moving forward

Following the conclusion of the upcoming election, regardless of the outcome, Trump and his legal team will be headed to court to defend themselves from charges of the alleged rape of a 13-year-old minor. As expected, Trump's attorneys have denied any wrongdoing, but the case making it as far as it has is already raising questions. Over the last three weeks, Trump has been accused of sexual assault by nearly a dozen women, which has caused his poll numbers to drop to historic lows, especially with female voters. According to most pollsters and political pundits, Trump is expected to go down in defeat to Hillary Clintonon November 8.